At a time when many newspapers are experiencing declining circulation and readership, community newspapers are thriving. Thatís because they know their audiences. The community newspaper is where readers turn to be informed, entertained and influenced. The typical community newspaper does not focus on national news, but contains a record of weekly events, some profound, some not so profound, that influence the lives of the readers in that community. Williamsís presentation will take a humorous look at
the enduring legacy of community journalism in Alabama.
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